In Global Health and Sustainable Development Architecture, Wang discusses the convergence of such problems as financial crisis, water, food and energy shortage, earthquakes and disasters, epidemics and pandemics, wars and nuclear threats. 'What is wrong with our development model?' 'What is the solution?' This book aims to answer these questions by providing an alternative model to conceptualize sustainable development. The Inclusive Sustainable Development Theory disputes the conventional 'winnership' model that supports unlimited expansion and materialism in global development. Instead, it focuses on inclusion and sustainable peace as the cornerstone of sustainable development. The Hexagon of Partnership Model highlights the importance of inclusive dialogue, partnerships, and community capital in carrying out global sustainable development endeavors that protect global food, energy, and water security.
Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Acknowledgments Chapter 3 Chapter 1: Global Health and Sustainable Development Architecture: An Introduction Chapter 4 Chapter 2: Inclusive Sustainable Development Theory and Hexagon of Partnership Model Chapter 5 Chapter 3: Tackling Food and Energy Security: Community Capital, Inclusive Partnerships, and Multiple-linking Chapter 6 Chapter 4: Africa: Cornerstone of Sustainable Health and Development: Global Water Security Chapter 7 Bibliography Chapter 8 About the Author